Maine State Parks
More than 600,000 acres of parks and preserves invite exploration of the splendor of this rugged and beautiful area. Known for its rocky coast, north woods, sparkling lakes, and rushing streams, Maine is a natural a paradise for sports and outdoor enthusiasts in every season. For more information on Maine State Parks, contact:

Maine Department of Conservation
Bureau of Parks and Lands
Information 207-287-3821

Beach State Parks

Crescent Beach State Park     
Cape Elizabeth 207-799-5871
Off-Season 207-624-6080

Ferry Beach State Park           
Saco 207-283-0067
Off-Season 207-624-6080

Peacock Beach State Park     
Richmond 207-582-2813
Off-Season 207-624-6080

Popham Beach State Park      
Phippsburg 207-389-1355
Tide Hotline 207-389-9125


Lake & Bay State Parks

Cobscook Bay State Park       
Edmunds Township 207-726-4412

Damariscotta Lake State Park
Jefferson 207-549-7600

Lake St. George State Park    
Liberty  207-589-4255

Lily Bay State Park     
Greenville 207-695-2700

Rangeley Lake State Park      
Rangeley 207-864-3858

Sebago Lake State Park         
Casco  207-693-6613

Swan Lake State Park 
Swanville 207-525-4404


Regional Highlights

Allagash Wilderness Waterway          
Information 207-941-4014

Aroostook State Park 
Presque Isle 207-768-8341

Birch Point State Park
Owls Head 207-941-4014

Bradbury Mountain State Park
Pownal 207-688-4712

Camden Hills State Park         
Camden 207-236-3109

Grafton Notch State Park       
Newry 207-824-2912

Holbrook Island Sanctuary     
Brooksville 207-326-4012

Lamoine State Park    
Lamoine 207-667-4778

Moose Point State Park          
Searsport 207-548-2882

Mt. Blue State Park     
Weld 207-585-2347

Peaks-Kenny State Park         
Dover-Foxcroft 207-564-2003

Penobscot River Corridor      
Information 207-941-4014

Quoddy Head State Park        
Lubec 207-733-0911

Range Pond State Park          
Poland Spring 207-998-4104

Reid State Park           
Georgetown 207-371-2303

Roque Bluffs State Park         
Roque Bluffs 207-255-3475

Shackford Head State Park    
Eastport 207-941-4014

Two Lights State Park
Cape Elizabeth  207-799-5871

Vaughan Woods State Park    
South Berwick 207-384-5160

Warren Island State Park        
Penobscot Bay 207-941-4014

Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park         
Freeport 207-865-4465


Discover Acadia National Park
Distinguished as the nation’s second most visited federal park, Acadia National Park had its genesis in 1919. This vast expanse that covers 35,000 acres is actually a part of Mt. Desert Island. Established in 1919, the park continued to grow through the generous donations of individuals who purchased large parcels of land and added them to the holdings. Drawing throngs of visitors from across the nation and throughout the world each year, the park is particularly accessible to Maine residents, who enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities against a backdrop of exceptional natural beauty. A pristine example of the picturesque terrain for which Maine is so famous, Acadia encompasses breathtaking islands, forests, lakes, mountains, rock formations, and miles of pristine seacoast. For more information, contact:

Acadia National Park
Eagle Lake Road
Bar Harbor 207-288-3338


Visit Nearby New Brunswick, Canada!
The world’s highest tides rise and fall the height of a four-story building, and that is only the beginning of the natural wonders waiting across the border in New Brunswick, Canada. Fragile coastal dunes, Appalachian Mountains, Chaleur Bay, the Bay of Fundy, rolling rivers, and pristine beaches make this area a popular vacation destination. For more information, contact:

New Brunswick Tourism


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